American Hustle, Her get Producers Guild nods

Last updated 14:25 03/01/2014
Bradley Cooper

HUSTLERS: Bradley Cooper, as Richie Dimaso, and Christian Bale's Irving Rosenfeld in American Hustle.

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David O. Russell's corruption tale "American Hustle," Spike Jonze's digital romance "Her," and Steve McQueen's historic saga "12 Years a Slave" are among the motion picture nominees for the Producers Guild of America.

Ten films were announced as contenders on Thursday, including the Woody Allen comedy "Blue Jasmine," Somali pirate thriller "Captain Phillips," AIDS drama "Dallas Buyers Club," lost-in-space odyssey "Gravity," small-town comedy "Nebraska," making-of-"Mary Poppins" story "Saving Mr. Banks," and stockbroker feature "The Wolf of Wall Street."

The guild, a company of Hollywood producers, grants its 25th annual awards on January 19.

Winners of the top honour often go on to take the best-picture prize at the Academy Awards, held on March 2.

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